E. L. Phillips, 1895,
Presumed close to T. olivaceus (and T. abyssinicus) and commonly treated as conspecific, although molecular evidence#R removes it elsewhere; differs in its blackish-grey vs dark olive-brown upperparts (2); black vs mid-grey to pale grey cheeks, chin, throat and breast (3); uniformly mid-grey vs rufous-buff (with paler to whitish central lower) underparts (3); much longer wing and tail (allow 2). Monotypic.
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Status and conservation
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